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Does free will exist if you need to accept Jesus and swear off sex with animals to use it? Woefully underrated straight man Alan Colmes gets an anti-abortion zealot to admit (without much prodding) not only that he had sex with a donkey, but that this was more than just a case of a few bad apples. Transcript here, audio here—and if Assanova's telling the truth about how widespread this practice is, maybe farm subsidies aren't such a bad idea.

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  1. Holy crap!

    That was stunning. I’m going to go home now and never, ever talk to a farmer or his offspring again.

    Yuck!

  2. This info explains a lot about Rick Santorum.

  3. OK, I guess this is another data point in favor of the theory that one’s political ideology represents that which you are most afraid of. From The Volokh Conspiracy, about two years ago:

    “[snip]…And after reading the full transcript of Rick Santorum’s remarks to the AP about homosexuality, it occurred to me that there’s also a fine line between Christian conservative and porn-king.

    Say what you will about Teddy and Barney and the rest of the liberal standard-bearers on the Hill, I don’t think any of them has ever brought up “man on dog” sex in an on-the-record interview.

    [This] reminds me of a conversation I once had with a senior Cato official. (Not trying to be mysterious, just don’t know whether the comments were meant for public consumption.) He started off by noting that it took a certain kind of mindset to, when confronted with libertarian ideas, immediately spring to the question “What about a man humping a dead boy dog? Shouldn’t that be illegal?” And he’d run into this sort of thing a lot, had had more conversations about necrophelia than seemed remotely in order. And he hadn’t been having that conversation with northern liberals.

    He went on to generalize this to a “secret sin” theory of politics– that people form their political views on the basis of a generalization of their own deepest darkests. (This, by the way, is something like the method Hobbes defends, though that fact didn’t come up in conversation.) So: if you think it’s only the law that keeps you from plunging into a life of full-time sexual depravity and debauchery, you become a moralistic conservative. If you think it’s only the law that keeps you from becoming Ebeneezer Scrooge and screwing the poor just for the sheer sadistic joy of it, you become a lefty. And if you look inward and detect a craving for power, you generalize that to everyone else and become a libertarian. The moral was that people should listen to libertarians, believe them, follow their policy recommendations– and not elect them.

    This won’t bear too much scrutiny as a general theory, but every so often something reminds me of it; and there’s clearly a little something there. UPDATE: Sheesh– while I was sleeping, many people proceeded to try to make this bear lots of scrutiny. Let me reaffirm that, while it’s true that the Marshall piece reminded me of this and it’s true that the conversation took place as reported, I have no real commitment to the truth of the underlying claim. I do tend toward pessimistic politics, so I like to have a thought like this one floating around in the face of equally simplistic notions “libertarians must believe that everyone’s naturally good” and “left-liberals must believe that governing brings out the wise and virtuous in people.” But the reduction of political philosophies to bumper stickers, pro or con, is the antithesis of what I’ve chosen to do for a living…”

    There is no direct link to the post, but you can get to at the bottom of this page:

    http://volokh.com/2003_04_27_volokh_archive.html

  4. nobody – I could probably go along with that.

    It’s like when I was in HS and some dumb assholes would be calling me “a fag” for wearing black clothes and a little mascara (goth stage) and my friends and I would wonder if it wasn’t because they were afraid they were gay themselves. Cuz for some reason, I was usually hanging around with chicks more than a lot of these assholes (although that would be a generalisation).

  5. Nobody — that Volokh post is great! I’ve had similar thoughts for quite some time, albeit not so well thought out. My version: That which you get most worked up about in society is that which you fear most in yourself. I began mulling this over some years ago, when the anti-pornography-crusader county prosecutor of St. Louis County got oh-so-ironically busted for soliciting prostitution. And this was not long after televangelist Jimmy Bakker had his sex scandal.

    Does this apply to me? I used to be a conservative, but from a a pro-freedom, anti-totalitarian (anti-USSR) angle. Now I’m a libertarian — an anarcho-capitalist, in fact. And I admit I used to be a bit of a control freak. Not the kind who enjoys ordering people around* — I’m too much of a loner to enjoy the responsibility — but more the type who thinks “if it’s going to be done right, I’ve got to do it myself.” Although I’ve eased up on that quite a bit the past few years.

    *(Except maybe in play. I once met a woman who claimed to enjoy “being told what to do” … well, you know.)

    Deep in my inner fantasies, though, I’m probably an Evil Overlord. I mean, if I were an actor, that’s the kind of part I’d like to play. Bwa-ha-ha-ha!

    So: Today I’m an anarcho-capitalist! Bwa-ha-ha-ha! And someday — so shall you all be! I command it! Bwa-ha-ha!

  6. I’m certain that we tend to view things we ourselves can’t handle to be things other people can’t handle either.

    There’s also an old saying or proverb that goes something like: “That which we accuse others of is nearly always true of ourselves.”

    Often times, the only reason we can tell certain people are up to … certain things, is because we’ve been up to them ourselves, and we know and understand all the signs, the behavior patterns, mannerisms and other subtleties of it.

  7. “being told what to do”…well,you know

    Actually, I don’t know about that specifically, but I’d rather hear your story than read about someone boffing a burro. :>

  8. Wow, when did Colmes grow a spine? That was outstanding!

  9. “I’m going to go home now and never, ever talk to a farmer or his offspring again.”

    Now, now. Don’t let Horsley tarnish your image of all farmers. Most are too busy listening to Paul Harvey to stud their livestock. Georgians might be an exception.

  10. Christians like to brag about how awful they used to be, and this guy’s whole point is that people are insane and need to be told what to do. It didn’t sound like he was lying, but it’s certainly possible.

  11. Last night, anti-abortion extremist Neal Horsley was a guest on The Alan Colmes Show, a FOX News radio program. The topic was an interesting one – whether or not an internet service provider should allow Horsley to post the names of abortion doctors on his website.

    Which has what, exactly, to do with Horsley’s deviant sexual behavior?

    I hate to throw a damp blanket onto our latest Christian-bashing feeding frenzy, but even if every single pro-lifer in the country is clandestinely copulating with animals, relatives, and bathtub faucets, that doesn’t mean they’re wrong about abortion.

  12. WRT the idea that libertarians secretly lust for power, and therefore assume everyone else does–there’s an opposite spin on that: I’m fairly certain that I am *NOT* fit to decide how someone else can best order his or her own life.

    In other words, I think I’d make a bad President (or Senator, or judge), so I assume everyone else would, too.

  13. I find it more than a little ironic that many of the activists who fight for people’s right to choose to engage in certain behavior are now making fun of a man for engaging in a certain sexual practice.

  14. A right-winger having sex with a donkey isn’t so different from a right-winger having sex with another right-winger, for heavens sake. Intellectual compatibility covers a lot of sins

  15. Yeah, but if Kerry were president, it’d be worse…all this would be legal!

    Hey, come to think of it, I wish I’d known that earlier…

  16. Alan – I just pissed myself laughing at your post. Holy shit am I gonna steal that.

  17. Crash- I believe there’s a difference between kinky sex amongst consenting adults, and molesting critters.

    Unless of course, it’s a talking horse.

  18. I find it more than a little ironic that many of the activists who fight for people’s right to choose to engage in certain behavior are now making fun of a man for engaging in a certain sexual practice.

    We support the rights of consenting adults to engage in whatever mutual behavior they wish to. If children do not possess the mental capacity to make their own sexual decisions, then how is a donkey, with far inferior mental capacities, able to consent? Besides, libertarians believe that you should have the right, not that this right should absolve you of any criticism or ridicule. Fucking donkeys is still well within the bounds of what is tauntable.

  19. “Fucking donkeys is still well within the bounds of what is tauntable.”

    And to think that just a few days ago, people made such a fuss about Mrs. Bush’s jerking-off-horses joke…

  20. Mo,

    Sexually assaulting a donkey violates no one’s rights, since donkeys don’t have any (you can legally kill them after all), so I’m afraid ass-rape would be legal in Libertopia.

  21. When I was just a wee thing, like in 7th grade or so, I read The Last Picture Show; and yes, 7th grade is waaay too young to read The Last Picture Show (my mother was a Nazi about the movies I watched, but paid no attention to my reading material). Anyway, one of the earliest scenes in the book, if not the very first scene, is about lonely small town high schoolers humping heifers and horses. Totally freaked me out and to this day I’ve not read another Larry McMurtry novel. Altho I intend to get around to Lonesome Dove one day. Anyway, I’m not going to read the Colmes transcript – just too icky.

    Oh all right, one more thing. Many years later at LSU one of my friends was a brilliant-but-sheltered (12 years with the nuns in New Orleans) young lady – she completely skipped all freshman and most sophomore classes and basically started off as a junior (quite bright, is what I’m saying). Upon hearing the rumor (probably true) that the Dekes (a frat) included donkey boinking in their initiation rites, Mary-whoosit exclaimed “Oh the poor donkey!!! What if she gets pregnant!!!!”

    Ok, that’s all the man-beast lovin I’m gonna think about or post about tonight.

  22. Possibly legal, definitely mockable.

    It saddens me that we as a species can’t seem to get over the could/should distinction.

  23. crimethink: there do seem to be some pro-animal-rights libertrarians: http://www.strike-the-root.com/4/graham/graham1.html

  24. Q: Why don’t Republicans have sex?

    A: Who ever heard of a good piece of elephant?

    Thank you, be here all week…

  25. Crimethink,

    Maybe they should change the title of this post to Ad Hominem, Ad Infinitim.

    That said, someone has seriously posed this question to me: why is bestiality wrong? After some back and forth, I realized the best I could come up with is that it’s totally gross, but that’s enough for me.

  26. totally gross does it for me as well. again, mockable. dunno if i’d bother arresting someone for,donkey punching a donkey, as it were.

    there used to be this guy on the a train who sold peanuts for a walk in detox center in east new york. his tagline always was “i smoked crack for 15 years, and then i found jesus.”

    not a selling point.

  27. “dunno if i’d bother arresting someone for,donkey punching a donkey, as it were.”

    dhex, you win the prize for best comment on this subject….

  28. Gag me with a spoon! This is gross.

  29. Well, I can think of at least one reason against bestiality.

    Animal-to-human disease transmission. We already have avian flu problems due to living in close quarters with chickens. There is also the potential origin of AIDS, which probably came from the blood of monkeys slaughtered for food in Africa (and of course, that’s probably not all the poachers did).

    Plus the fact that it’s an animal and you are a human being with a different set of elaborate social and moral qualities, perhaps another type of animal as we are constantly reminded of by biologists, but nonetheless another species with little hope of cross-breeding. 😉

    Wait– hold on– I take that back. The cross-breeding has already begun.

  30. “I hate to throw a damp blanket onto our latest Christian-bashing feeding frenzy, but even if every single pro-lifer in the country is clandestinely copulating with animals, relatives, and bathtub faucets, that doesn’t mean they’re wrong about abortion.”

    No, boinking your cow Bessie doesn’t prove that you’re wrong about abortion, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re a philosophical genius either.

    …but that kind of sexual maladaptation must be indicative of somethin’!

    Somehow, when we were all learning to be gay friendly, we lost the word “pervert”, which seems like it could come in handy in a case like this. Now don’t get me wrong, I completely support gay marriage. …And I don’t care if the PETA people picket my house for sayin’ this, but I don’t think this guy should go to jail or anything for doin’ this.

    …but he is a pervert, and, as we all used to know, redneck perverts are funny!

  31. You know, I would channel Rick Santorum, but I just don’t think it’s even necessary here.

    I mean, damn!

    Even more shocking? The fact that Alan Colmes actually put a guest on the defensive.

  32. By the way, I don’t think I believe the story anyway…

    …People from other places don’t get it, but a lot of the time, people from the south just tell stories to make other people laugh. Really, it’s a cultural thing, and well, to my ear, this story just rings that way.

    There’s nothin’ funnier to people from the south, than when people from somewhere else believe some crazy story they made up on the spot. I don’t know, maybe it’s true–but I doubt it.

  33. Boy: Daddy, what’s that bad man doing to my donkey?

    Father: That’s not just any man, son. That’s Hitler. And he’s fucking your donkey.

  34. You know they found a new use for sheep in North Carolina?

    Wool.

  35. Non sequitur, sorry.

  36. This reminds me of the David Cross bit about the sodomy case in Texas, where some state senators wanted to make it so that it was illegal to have gay sex with another man, but legal to have sex with a dog.

    “Then just give em’ a good ol’ LEGAL Texas dog-fuckin’! Oh, whoah, officer, officer, whoah whoah, what’s that? No, sir, no, they’re dogs. No, I know, it must have looked funny from out there…the sun kinda hits it funny, makes it look like a guy, but…no, these are dogs. Huh? No, they’re all straight.”

  37. I grew up on a farm in Georgia and can unequivocally testify that neither I nor anyone of my acquaintance copulated with any non-human animals. Although my parents never sat me down and had the “don’t screw the livestock chat”, it never occurred to me to do so. (Come to think of it, we never had the “don’t eat people chat” either, and I have never been tempted to cannibalism). It is not considered a normal rite of passage and is generally considered immoral, albeit hilarious. The pride that the interviewee displayed in his bestial leanings was unusual and renders him, IMO, unfit to serve as a pet sitter.
    It does not impair his qualifications to advocate a coercive anti-abortion policy. I think that donkey lovers are born that way.

  38. “I hate to throw a damp blanket onto our latest Christian-bashing feeding frenzy, but even if every single pro-lifer in the country is clandestinely copulating with animals, relatives, and bathtub faucets, that doesn’t mean they’re wrong about abortion.”

    …and it isn’t just the copulating with barnyard animals crowd.

    Just because a guy likes to wear panty hose on his head or likes to dress up in a chicken suit while he’s doin’ it or even if a guy just likes to walk around in a diaper just because, well that doesn’t mean he’s wrong on the abortion issue.

    Just because a grown man is in an incestuous but mutually consensual relationship with his grandmother and likes to burn himself with matches, well that doesn’t mean he’s wrong on the abortion issue either.

    …And just because a guy’s collected a small library of books on the subject of homeopathic proctology and breeds teddy bear hamsters for obvious reasons, well, it would be a real non-sequitur to assume that he’s wrong on the abortion issue just because of that.

    And just because someone’s the kind of pervert who thinks that what happened at Abu Gharib wasn’t really torture, or who gets their jollys goin’ on the internet and arguing that “combatants” aren’t covered by the Conventions, nope, even if someone does that, it doesn’t mean that he’s wrong on the abortion issue.

    …but that seems like a strange point to make, doesn’t it?

  39. Speaking as a Georgian, i’d like to point out that he does NOT represent my state and our normal copulation activities! Please tell me he was joking!

  40. Can’t speak for Georgia, but every good New England farmboy knows to do the livestock cuz pumpin’ the produce can be hazardous to your health.

  41. SP,

    WV is a southern state — and a redneck one at that? Hmm, my Civil War knowledge might be a little rusty, but I’m pretty sure they were in the Union…

  42. Ken Schultz,

    The point shouldn’t have to be made. And it wouldn’t, were it not for the fact that any moral fault discovered in a prominent pro-lifer is automatically used as an “argument” against the pro-life side of the debate.

  43. Yes, of course West Virginia is a Southern state. The South isn’t defined by the political makeup of the Confederacy, for God’s sake.

  44. SP,

    OK, then what is the south defined by, since you also left out MD, DE, and KY, which are actually further south than WV and were all slave states..

  45. “OK, then what is the south defined by”

    Um… geography?

  46. MD and DE are further south than WV? Shit, I need to get a new map!

  47. Bush giving handjobs to horses, anti-abortion extremists raping donkeys … this sounds like a job for PETA.

    Crimethink,

    Just as one should knock spoiled, urban dwellers who do things like join PETA as having a demented worldview, I think it’s fair to criticize some peoples’ “provincial” outlook which is often tied to ignorance. Some of my favorite people are Southerners, but John Cougar Mellencamp and those who romaticize the family farm and small town vis-a-vis the city are overrated.

  48. “The point shouldn’t have to be made. And it wouldn’t, were it not for the fact that any moral fault discovered in a prominent pro-lifer is automatically used as an “argument” against the pro-life side of the debate.”

    I get it. …and just because I don’t do any of the things I mentioned doesn’t necessarily mean that I’m right about leaning pro-Life.

    “Yes, of course West Virginia is a Southern state. The South isn’t defined by the political makeup of the Confederacy, for God’s sake.”

    West Virginia is a southern state because it’s east of the states that border the Mississippi River and south of the Mason Dixon line.

    …although the state’s lofty status as a southern state was surely tainted by the unconstitutional method of its creation and its tacit support of the rape of our most beautiful state of which it was once a part.

    Personally, the definition of a southern state being one of or east of the states that border the Mississippi River is important to me because it means that no, Texas is not a southern state. In fact, as I’ve written many times before, if they want to leave the Union like West Virginia left the State of Virginia, I say we let ’em go.

  49. I think West Virginia is in a category all it’s own.

  50. Ken,

    Well, by that definition AR and LA aren’t southern states either, and parts of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio are south of the M-D line. Also, part of WV is further north than the line, indeed at the same latitude as Pittsburgh.

    I guess the South is like geographical jazz.

  51. “Well, by that definition AR and LA aren’t southern states either…”

    Both Arkansas and Louisiana border the Mississippi River.

    “…and parts of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio are south of the M-D line.”

    …So is Arizona, is there some dispute about Indiana and Ohio being in the South?

    Here’s a quick link in regards to Mason Dixon:

    http://geography.about.com/library/weekly/aa041999.htm

  52. Based on everything posted here, I’ve come to the conclusion that the only southern state in the Union is Maine. And now I must lie down for a little while.

  53. “That which we accuse others of is nearly always true of ourselves.”

    Ok, which one of you commenters ripped a fart, I know one of you did it!

    “I hate to throw a damp blanket onto our latest Christian-bashing feeding frenzy, but even if every single pro-lifer in the country is clandestinely copulating with animals, relatives, and bathtub faucets, that doesn’t mean they’re wrong about abortion.”

    When I debated the merits of pot legalization with one of those preachin’ bible thumpers on the college campus, I was told that since I engage and defend an activity deemed wrong by mainstream society, I therefore had no credibility on debating mainstream issues. He went on to tell the gathered crowd that people like myself who participate in sinful and illegal behavior carry the tongue of the devil and will lead you, the innocent bystander, into the same extreme behavior. Of course, that only made him an extreme wacko in the eyes of the crowd.

    If this bible thumpers logic runs rampant among his peers, Horsley should be crucified by his own.

  54. “Modernized Southern States Where Such Humor Is Like A Non Sequitor: Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee”

    Only speaking for GA since I haven’t lived in NC or TN (been in VA now for a few months)….it all depends on where you are. If GA to you is metro Atlanta, which is now full of people from all across the country, then your definition of “modernized” is accurate. Now, if you venture into the “real” state of GA (south GA for example)it’s much more rural and more like what you probably consider “unmodernized.”

  55. The Fox News site doesn’t include the poignant final moments of the broadcast, when Alan Colmes and Neal Horsely joined together for an impromptu duet of that timeless ballad “There Will Never Be Another Ewe.”

  56. Oh, brother, cue the muted trumpet for that last joke — wah, wah, wah, wahhhhhh…..

  57. Which has what, exactly, to do with Horsley’s deviant sexual behavior?

    You see those a-boats out in the harbor? I build every one of doze boats! And do they call me Enzo the Boatbuilder? No. You do all that, and a-nobody call you boatbuilder.

    You see that palace up that a-hill? I build a-that palace myself! And do they call me Enzo the Builder of Palaces? No. You do all that, and nobody call you builder of palaces.

    You see this eight-a-lane suspension bridge we’re driving over? I build this bridge myself! And do they call me Enzo the Bridgebuilder? No. You do all that, and nobody call you bridgebuilder.

    But you fuck one a-pig…

  58. Personally, I define a “Southern state” as any state in which, if you’re at a restaurant and order ice tea, they serve you sweet stuff that tastes like sugar-water unless you ask them not to.

  59. Couple of thoughts about West Virginia: it is indeed a curious place. Historically, its sympathies have always been divided between north and south. On the one hand, it’s the only state created by presidential fiat (alone of all southern states except possibly Kentucky, Lincoln is revered in West Virginia). On da other hand, Stonewall Jackson was born near what is now Clarksville. He has his share of fans in the Mountain State as well.

    One other thought, for what it’s worth. Kinky Friedman once pointed out that the area that covers West Virginia (or, if you will, western Virginia) is among the few regions the Indians didn’t put up much of a fight over. There’s a theory that they considered it cursed ground. (Maybe a high concentration of burial sites, who knows?) In general, a bad karma kind of place. God knows it was for Hank Williams, Senior; Hank died there…

  60. Well, that would be an interesting anecdote, if stuff like “cursed ground” and “karma” actually existed.

  61. But people believe in stuff like “cursed ground” and “karma”, and those beliefs cause them to behave in ways that you and I might consider irrational. To the believer this behavior is perfectly appropriate. So I found the anecdote interesting.

    Now consider the number of people who voted for Bush or Kerry because they believe in the efficacy of their parties’ policies. Talk about medieval superstition.

  62. Yeah, you guys are all correct. I am a conservative Christian. I vote Repupublican. I don’t think homosexuals need any special rights because of their sexual choices. (Ohhhhh, maybe I am a closet gay.) Wow, you guys are so smart. Whatever.

    So in other words, to use your same logic. If a gay guy is continually harping on his own lack of rights, always in the face of straights, he must be secretly dreaming about being straight himself. Gotcha.

  63. Can I just make something clear? This thread is about fucking donkeys.

    How hard is this to figure out? Donkey fucking is a really straightforward topic.

    I say again, this thread is about fucking donkeys.

    If you have a problem with this thread, that can only mean you fuck donkeys.

    Paul, you fuck donkeys.

    Crimethink, you fuck donkeys.

    If you see any scenario in which fucking donkeys isn’t the point of this thread, if you see donkey fucking as no big deal but merely as a code for whatever boring political cause you’re interested in, you fuck donkeys.

    Tim Higgins, you fuck donkeys.

    Mason, Dixon, you fuck donkeys.

  64. In my own defense, I’d like to point out that if you look up in the thread, you’ll see that I tried to keep to the donkey fucking issue, but people kept pulling me in with questions about the relationship between donkey fucking and the abortion issue, donkey fucking and the make up of the South, etc.

    …Now this is where it gets interesting. Most of us know about Godwin’s law–that all threads eventually lead to a mention of Hitler or the Nazis. I may be the first to notice a corollary trend, namely, that all discussions of donkey fucking eventually lead to a discussion of whether we should kick Texas out of the Union.

    Having identified this corollary to Godwin’s Law, I confess I’d rather it wasn’t named after me personally. I suggest we call it the Horsley Corollary.

  65. OK, so this involves Texas, and it does change the subject from donkey-fucking. But just a little.

    Paul Krassner’s *Confessions of a Raging, Unconfined Nut*: “Indeed, one of LBJ’s favorite jokes was about a popular Texas sheriff running for reelection. His opponents had been trying unsuccessfully to think of a good campaign issue to use against him. Finally one man suggested spreading ‘a rumor that he fucks pigs.’ Another protested, ‘You know he doesn’t do that.’ ‘I know,’ said the first man, ‘But let’s make the son of a bitch *deny* it.'”

  66. In my own defense, I’d like to point out that if you look up in the thread, you’ll see that I tried to keep to the donkey fucking issue, but people kept pulling me in with questions

    Oh, I know how it is. Lampwick and all the other boys are tempting you, saying, “Come on, we’ll drink beer and play pool on Pleasure Island! Don’t worry about that braying you hear! We’re just talking about the abortion debate and the composition of the South! Hey, what do you think of Texas as the Lone Star Republic, and does the federal government have the right to coerce membership in the Union?” Such intriguing questions! You’re feeling dazed and lightheaded just thinking about it! And all the while that sound of heehawing is getting louder, more tempting…

    Wide is the gate and broad the way, my little brothers and sisters, that leads to jackassery!

  67. Made my day.

  68. http://x2.putfile.com/5/13002034580.jpg

    I Love That Donkey Feeling
    sung to the tune of You Lost That Loving Feeling

    My love for you means more than a passionate kiss.
    That’s why I’m right behind you watching your hairy tail swish.
    Oh yes you know what I’m saying.
    This is love I hear you braying.

    I love that donkey feeling.
    Oh, that donkey feeling.
    I love that donkey feeling.
    Now it’s gone, gone, gone
    Whoa-oh

    I have no love for chickens, horses, or goats.
    And our dates only cost me a few bags of oats.
    You say there’s nothing between us.
    But baby, I love that Equus Asinus.

    I love that donkey feeling
    Oh, that donkey feeling
    I love that donkey feeling
    Now it’s gone, gone, gone
    And I can’t go on
    No-oh-oh

    Baby baby I love it down here on the farm
    And you know I’d never cause you no harm
    We have a love…
    A love…
    A love you can only find in the hay
    So don’t…
    Don’t…
    Don’t you dare say nay

    Bring back that donkey feeling
    Oh, that donkey feeling
    Bring back that donkey feeling
    Now it’s gone…gone…gone…
    And I can’t go on…
    No-oh-oh…

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